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Google Pixel vs. iPhone 7

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Apple’s iPhone 7 and Google’s Pixel are two of the highest profile smartphones available to the public today, and while the iPhone’s core has remained unchanged throughout the years, the Google Pixel is a new device altogether. There are numerous differences between the iPhone 7 and the Google Pixel, and many features that are ultimately comparable.

Everything you’ll need to know about Apple’s iPhone 7 and Google’s Pixel will be covered in this guide: including camera quality, battery life, call quality, user friendliness/ease of use, display quality, security features, Siri, Google Assistant, Imprint vs. Touch ID, speaker technology, speed, and even audio quality.

So which is better, the iPhone 7 or Google Pixel? Continue reading our ultimate iPhone 7 vs. Google Pixel guide to find out.

Apple’s iPhone 7 and Google’s Pixel are two of the highest profile smartphones available to the public today, and while the iPhone’s core has remained unchanged throughout the years, the Google Pixel is a new device altogether. There are numerous differences between the iPhone 7 and the Google Pixel, and many features that are ultimately comparable. Everything you’ll need to know about Apple’s iPhone 7 and Google’s Pixel will be covered in this guide: including camera quality, battery life, call quality, user friendliness/ease of use, display quality, security features, Siri, Google Assistant, Imprint vs. Touch ID, speaker technology, speed, and even audio quality. So which is better, the iPhone 7 or Google Pixel? Continue reading our ultimate iPhone 7 vs. Google Pixel guide to find out.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 55%
Design - 60%
Content/Script - 65%
Usability - 65%

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Final Grade

This infographic compares the iPhone 7 and Google Pixel phones, providing an overview of their features and ratings. The first half of the infographics incorporates photography of the phones as well as parallel notes about their elements. It's certainly effective to have corresponding information for each phone, though the reader's eyes do have to jump to find the particular point of comparison. The infographic shifts from photography and brief copy to icons with paragraph-length text. While using boldface to identify the highlight of the more effective phone feature, this treatment is not initially clear, and a reader may lose focus while sifting through all of the information presented. There's a lot of great information in this infographic, but some additional organization could help it stand out. As is, we'd give this a D.

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